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Golden Orchids Malaysian Restaurant
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126 Little Bourke Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
126 Little Bourke StreetAUVictoriaMelbourne3000
+61 3 9663 1101
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Malaysian and Chinese cuisine in a split-level space with simple tables and a decorative ceiling.- Google
"Best sate and fried rice, with friendly service."
"Without doubt, the best Satay in Melbourne...hands down."
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chris varcoe
2 weeks ago
Without doubt, the best Satay in Melbourne...hands down. Great service from the experienced waiters. A triumph!
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David Kaye
a year ago
worst chinese meal I have eaten in years. Beware. greasy, gluggy and bland.
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Kyle Evans
a year ago
This place has become a staple amongst our friendship group. Best thing you can do is order a dish for everyone and just share around. The lemon chicken is amazing.
A Google User
4 years ago
Great food. Good variety. Menu provided more recommendations than the staff. Very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Enjoyable evening with FANTASTIC chicken satay sticks.
david baker
10 months ago
I'm a regular. Best sate and fried rice, with friendly service.
Gary Payne
a year ago
Don't expect 'customer service' especially from the older man. It was like we were an imposition to his day. However, my chicken laksa was good. You need to be a lean person to get to the toilet, which could do with a make over.
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Andrea Schmidt
2 years ago
This restaurant uses clever advertising and a seemingly large menu to trick you into a very mediocre eating experience. Beef with cashew nuts combined slightly slimy beef pieces with canned mushrooms, canned peas, canned sweetcorn, some onion, and some capsicum. No this is not what you expect from *authentic* chinese cuisine. This is cheating the tourists. We're now out again and hope to get something edible in another place.
Allen Lee
10 months ago